How to introduce a security blanket

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Most parents are familiar with the despondent feeling that washes over you when baby, yet again, wakes up at night. Introducing a security object could be a way of encouraging baby to fall asleep again by herself or not to wake up in the first place. Sr. Ann Richardson, co-author of the Baby Sense and Sleep Sense books, is here to shed more light on this topic. 


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